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Carnivoran Evolution

New Views On Phylogeny, Form And Function

Carnivoran Evolution - Goswami, Anjali (EDT)/ Friscia, Anthony (EDT) - ISBN: 9780521735865
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Showcases current advances in our understanding of the evolution of the mammalian order Carnivora.


Titel: Carnivoran Evolution
auteur: Goswami, Anjali (EDT)/ Friscia, Anthony (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 506
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Evolutie
Afmetingen: 246 x 175 x 24
Gewicht: 1036 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780521735865
Intern nummer: 13329146
Volume: 1


1. Introduction to carnivora Anjali Goswami; 2. Phylogeny of the carnivora and carnivoramorpha, and the use of the fossil record to enhance understanding of evolutionary transformations John J. Flynn, John A. Finarelli and Michelle Spaulding; 3. Phylogeny of the viverridae and 'viverrid-like' feliforms Geraldine Veron; 4. Molecular and morphological evidence for ailuridae and a review of its genera Michael Morlo and Stéphane Peigné; 5. The influence of character correlations on phylogenetic analyses: a case study of the carnivoran cranium Anjali Goswami and P. David Polly; 6. What's the difference?: a multiphasic allometric analysis of fossil and living lions Matthew H. Benoit; 7. Evolution in carnivora: identifying a morphological bias Jill A. Holliday; 8. The biogeography of carnivore ecomorphology Lars Werdelin and Gina D. Wesley-Hunt; 9. Comparative ecomorphology and biogeography of herpestidae and viverridae (carnivora) in Africa and Asia Gina D. Wesley-Hunt, Reihaneh Dehghani and Lars Werdelin; 10. Ecomorphological analysis of carnivore guilds in the Eocene through Miocene of Laurasia Michael Morlo, Gregg F. Gunnell and Doris Nagel; 11. Ecomorphology of North American Eocene carnivores: evidence for competition between carnivorans and creodonts Anthony R. Friscia and Blaire Van Valkenburgh; 12. Morphometric analysis of cranial morphology in pinnipeds (mammalia, carnivora): convergence, ecology, ontogeny, and dimorphism Katrina E. Jones and Anjali Goswami; 13. Tiptoeing through the trophics: geographic variation in carnivoran locomotor ecomorphology in relation to environment P. David Polly; 14. Interpreting sabretooth cat (carnivora; felidae; machairodontinae) postcranial morphology in light of scaling patterns in felids Margaret E. Lewis and Michael R. Lague; 15. Cranial mechanics of mammalian carnivores: recent advances using a finite element approach Stephen Wroe.

Biografie (woord)

Anthony Friscia's research covers small carnivores, both extant and extinct. He is particularly interested in questions about ecomorphology and community structure. He has done field work in Utah, Pakistan, Egypt, and Kenya. He is a member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, the American Society of Mammalogists, the Paleontological Society, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, and the National Science Teachers Association. He is currently faculty at the University of California - Los Angeles, where he has won a number of teaching awards for his work teaching evolution to non-science majors and human anatomy, and where he also works to shape their science general education curriculum. He has been an invited speaker and researcher at recent Darwin Anniversary celebrations and workshops on the La Brea tar seeps.


"The language and many of the chosen chapters are written for the scientist; specifically, the paleomammalogist that is interested in select details. For this audience and this audience alone, the volume is without question a worthwhile addition to the library."
Richard A. Kissel, American Paleontologist


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